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By PBS NewsHour
Valerie June may be a full-time singer-songwriter now, but, like most musicians, she has worked a series of different jobs to support herself. She cleaned houses, walked dogs, cared for kids, serviced coffee, made soaps and the list continues.
By Victoria Fleischer
Jesus Wife Gospel Q&A…
Singer Donna Summer became known as the "Queen of Disco," defining the genre with her sultry vocals and pulsing rhythms. She used to say she grew up listening to rock 'n' roll and was raised on gospel music. But it…
Jeffrey Brown talks to singer Ruthie Foster, whose new album is called "Let It Burn."…
Whitney Houston, the superstar known for turning gospel and soul into pop music gold, was found dead over the weekend in her Los Angeles hotel room. She was 48. Jeffrey Brown and songwriter Gordon Chambers discuss her life and legacy,…
Jeffrey Brown chronicles the competition in the "How Sweet the Sound" contest to find the best church choir in America.
Performances by Greater Mount Calvary's Men of Valor and Greater Zion Church Family's Voices of Destiny at Verizon's How Sweet the Sound.
By Molly Finnegan
Although she tested the waters with songs like "Heavenly Day" off her 2007 album "Children Running Through," Patty Griffin had never considered recording a full gospel album until an executive at EMI floated the idea.
Tonight on PBS, a look at the velvet-voiced star who helped break the pop music color barrier with his gospel-infused R&B in "Sam Cooke: Crossing Over".
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